Glenn McMahon

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About Glenn McMahon

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  • Birthday 04/29/1959

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  1. Hi Gents Does anyone know if Lee Sulis has started making the fiberglass package trays again or where to find one of similar quality and price??? Glenn
  2. Like most auctions people will overpay and in some cases big time.
  3. Anyone have a spare lying around? Also need only one of the clips that hold the trunk cardboard in place. Regards Glenn
  4. Try Russ Martin. Do search of his name and Nailhead Buick and you will find his shop and parts business. Good Luck GM
  5. That metal work is unbelievable! I always liked those fastback full size cars mainly from the Mopar stables. Glenn McMahon ROA #12929
  6. Hi Winston Would you recommend the STV update kit that Rivnut described? Also do you know of an easy check to tell if a car has been converted to 134a? When I bought my car I found the retrofit tag in the owners envelope but nothing was on the system. I don't know if I have R12 or 134a? Regards Glenn McMahon ROA #12929
  7. Hi David Believe it or not I am pretty sure they are stocked at Lowes in the hardware section. You will find parts in pull out drawers. I cant remember which drawer but they are there. Also there are lots of other hardware items such as grommets, screws, plugs, and speed nuts. A real goldmine! Let us know if you find them there. As I said I'm sure I saw them. Regards Glenn McMahon
  8. Hi Newbie Try a place called McMaster Carr. They carry many parts that can be retrofitted to our Rivs. For example the stainless steel cowl screen. They may have bulk sheathed cable in various sizes? Good Luck Glenn
  9. Thanks NTX for depressing me even more as I can't find one for a 1964 Riv. LOL! I have a basket case and am finding many reassembly issues as shop manuals are not the greatest. Regards Glenn
  10. Try a heat gun and a metal paint scraper. This will get off the bulk of it. Follow that up with a scrub with a green pad and contact cement cleaner. Be sure you are in a well ventilated area. Let us know how it comes out. Regards Glenn
  11. Hi Gents Has anyone ever seen one for our cars? Also do any of the copies I do see available for Impala Full Size Chevy have any value towards assembling a 63-65 Riviera? All answers appreciated. Regards Glenn McMahon
  12. Chas As far as know Winston is correct. Do a search as there are some good pictures around of the correct set up. I need the spring but one day I will find one to make a copy out of heavy wire hopefully. Glenn
  13. Hi Pete Would one of those graphic places be able to make you a decal and then get a piece of glass cut to fit? Just a thought.
  14. Hi Mitch I believe there is a pretty good exploded diagram of the console in the shop manual. One of the many assemblies on a Riviera that the manual actually has a decent diagram of. Good Luck Glenn #12929